International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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Natural gas, investments, reserves, climate policy
crude oil, market structure, cartel, pool market, simulation model
electricity transmission, network expansion, Generalized Nash equilibrium (GNE), mixed-integer equilibrium problem under equilibrium constraints (MI-EPEC)
crude oil, OPEC, oligopoly, Stackelberg market, market power, consistent conjectural variations, equilibrium model
Natural gas, equilibrium model, endogenous investment, capacity expansion, logarithmic cost function
market power, electricity transmission, network expansion, Generalized Nash equilibrium (GNE), mixed-integer equilibrium problem under equilibrium constraints (MIEPEC)
energy system model, infrastructure investment, strategic behaviour, mixed complementarity problem (MCP), generalized Nash equilibrium (GNE)
Computational Model, Emissions trading, Environmental Regulation, Market stability reserve
binary Nash game, non-cooperative equilibrium, compensation, incentive compatibility, electricity market, power market, uplift payments
Crude-by-rail, market equilibrium, mixed complementarity problem, transportation capacity, infrastructure investment
electricity storage, shared storage resources, auction-based allocation, (Generalized) Nash Equilibrium, Mixed Complementarity Problem
North American natural gas scenarios, Mexican energy reform, dynamic market equilibrium model, mixed complementarity problem, infrastructure investment, capacity investment
energy system model, crude oil market, US crude export ban, refining capacity, infrastructure investment
oil, oil market, oil price, petroleum, OPEC, climate change, shale oil, multiple equilibria
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